Art and Perception: Towards a Visual Science of Art, Part 2

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Baingio Pinna
VSP, 2008 - Psychology - 398 pages
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This volume is a collection of articles which explore the relations between modern and classical visual art on the one hand and what is currently known or believed about visual perception, visual exploration, the eye, and the visual brain. The book includes speculative as well as firmly-grounded theories and approaches. Articles have been chosen for their scholarly value, their scientific approach as far as possible, and their intrinsic interest.

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How do painters represent motion in garments? Graphic invariants across
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Implicit and explicit features of paintings
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S Markovic and A Radonjid 61
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Baingio Pinna, Ph.D. (1993) in Experimental Psychology, University of Padua, Italy, is Professor of Psychology and Perceptual Psychology at University of Sassari, Italy. He has published extensively on visual psychophysics and discovered several new visual illusions (Revolving Wheels, Watercolor, Discoloration, Flashing Color Contrast, etc.).

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